Incredibles 2 Opening Begins Right After the Original

Pixar announces new original 'suburban fantasy' movie

Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) and their children Violet Parr (Sarah Vowell), Dashiell "Dash" Parr (Spencer Fox), and little Jack Jack.

The sequel, which was originally due for release in 2019 but has switched release spots with Toy Story 4, is now due out next year, and will pick up right where the first movie finished, with The Underminer attacking the city.

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The first reveal focused on an upcoming, now untitled film from Disneytoon Studios that examines aviation.

While the footage I saw won't be released for a while (if ever), one thing we were shown which you can see now is a video of fashion industry experts, including Heidi Klum and Kendall Jenner, talking about the icon that is Edna Mode. That being stated, the present Incredibles 2 introduction showed that a considerable measure of new superheroes will be presented, so stay tuned for more data about these crisp appearances. Nevertheless Olaf's Frozen Adventure, which will premiere in theaters in front of Pixar's Coco in November and features the entire original voice cast, is guaranteed to provide a best-selling holiday album for Disney this year. I wonder if they brought him (Huck Milner) into the studio and asked how closely he could reenact that plane scene.

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Idina Menzel is also returning for the project, and once again co-directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee are at the helm.

It may not be much to go on, but this news about Elastigirl really leading the charge is incredibly exciting, full-stop. According to Scanlon this is a modern fantasy world where long ago there was real magic but over time the residents lost interest and created modern technology instead. Scanlon described the film as containing elves, sprites, trolls and "anything that would be on the side of a van in the 70s". Another evocative piece of concept art depicted a living tree, complete with a huge face on its trunk - growing from a square island of earth in the middle of a small parking lot.

Director Brad Bird explained that the work-in-progress scene fans were treated to from Incredibles 2 was inspired by a very simple idea: Bob Parr falling asleep while watching TV with Jack-Jack.

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